CLARK, Clement. Corporal

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Reference WMO260475

Address:

St. John the Baptist Churchyard

High Street

Burringham

DN17 3LP

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Vertical grey upright scroll with lower square peon topped pillar to either side, stands on large chamfered base with the whole on foundation stone. Inscribed self-coloured lettering to scroll and base stone. Double grave space delineated by kerbs with peon topped pillars in the corners, Gravespace slabbed over
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Headstone IN LOVING MEMORY OF /THOMAS / THE BELOVED HUSBAND OF / ESTER CLARK / WHO DIED AUG 23RD 1919. AGED 62 YEARS. FATHER IN THY GRACIOUS KEEPING / LEAVE WE NOW OUR LOVED ONE SLEEPING / ALSO OF THE ABOVED NAMED / ESTER CLARK / WHO PASSED AWAY / SEPT 19TH 1957 / AGED 88 YEARS / RE-UNITED Base Stone ALSO OF CORPORAL C. CLARK 6TH LINCOLNSHIRE REGT. / SON OF THE ABOVE WHO WAS KILLED IN ACTION MAY 29TH 1918 / AGED 21 YEARS INTERRED PHILOSOPHE BRITISH CEMETERY, GARBE, FRANCE / ”UNTIL THE LAST REVEILLE.”

Refers to CLARK Clement. 2047, Corporal, 6th Bn. Lincolnshire Regiment. Born East Butterwick, enlisted Scunthorpe, resident Gunness. Killed in action, 20th May 1918, interred PHILOSOPHE BRITISH CEMETERY, MAZINGARBE, Pas de Calais, France. Commemorated Addition to Grave Marker [Burringham] / Burringham St. James /East Butterwick. / Lincolnshire Regiment Roll of Honour WW1

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